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mikeysussex
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Posted: 4/20/10 at 3:22am
Interesting piece from Roland Gribben in the business section of The Daily Telegraph yesterday. Apparently RUG Holdings pre-profits have moved from disposal value of 73.1m to 9.4. Surely this can't all be the fault of the killer LND?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/7604697/Thank-you-for-the-music-the-tills-are-ringing-London-theatre-shows-the-way-to-profit.html
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MamasDoin'Fine
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Posted: 4/20/10 at 4:03am
http://westend.broadwayworld.com/board/readmessage.php?thread=1014643&dt=5&boardid=3
This thread is that article which I posted a few days ago!
RUG, in the past few years have certainly lost their direction and 'Love Never Dies' hasn't helped. He doesn't seem to have the strong advisers he had a decade ago.
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Posted: 4/20/10 at 5:18am
The fortunes of the company certainly seem to rise and fall - didn't the failure of multiple productions of Sunset Boulevard nearly topple RUG in the 90s?

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